Music therapy

Seoul Dream Forest's 'Music Therapy'

Seoul City, North Seoul Dream Forest’s ‘Music Therapy’ online performance and offline exhibition

The Seoul Metropolitan Government will present ‘Music Therapy‘ as an online performance.

The Jungbu Park and Greenery Office of Seoul announced that it will release the online performance ‘North Seoul Dream Forest Music Excursion ‘Music Therapy’ on the YouTube channel of ‘Seoul Mountain and Park’ at 7 pm on Thursday, August 3rd. The North Seoul Dream Forest Music Excursion was originally scheduled to be held offline at the North Seoul Dream Forest Park, which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year, but has been converted to an online event due to the prolonged Corona 19 and will be held for the first time this year.

‘Music Therapy’, which will be held online, will include ▲Ali, a talented singer who captivates the audience with her best singing ability, and ▲Second Moon, a band that captivates the eyes and ears with unique and differentiated stages through work with various genres. ‘ is involved.

In addition, ▲a lyrical video will be released in the background of the Dream Forest in North Seoul with the popera group ‘Phantom’ made up of ▲ Korean traditional music artist Hae-in Lee, soprano Song-i Han, tenor Lee Heon, and bassist Jun-sang Yoo.

On the other hand, an offline exhibition under the theme of ‘Seoul’s Mountain Park, an Invitation to its Daily Life’ is also being held in the area around Iris Garden in the North Seoul Dream Forest Park. This exhibition was prepared with photos recorded by a park photographer working at the Jungbu Park and Greenery Office, which recorded the scenery of the park and the daily life of the precious park filled with citizens.

This exhibition consists of photos of daily life and seasonal scenery of Seoul parks taken from 2016 to 2022 by a park photographer working at the Jungbu Park and Greenery Office.

A total of 125 pieces of ‘Seoul’s Obstetrics Park: An Invitation to Their Daily Life’ are on display until August 6 (Sun), and can be viewed online through Daum Kakao Gallery.

Park ‘Music Therapy’ to enjoy online at home

In a situation where it is difficult to enjoy cultural life, an online park ‘Music Therapy’ performance will be held to comfort the daily life exhausted by Corona 19.

Seoul Jungbu Park and Greenery Office will perform online performances on the YouTube channel of ‘Seoul Obstetrics Park’ YouTube channel on August 3 at 7 pm for citizens suffering from depression due to the prolonged Corona 19 and for candidates who have completed the entrance exam with difficulty. It was announced on the 24th that they would release a picnic ‘Music Therapy’.

The ‘North Seoul Dream Forest Music Picnic’ was originally scheduled to be held as an offline event this spring and fall in the spring and fall of the North Seoul Dream Forest Park, which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year. In order to provide a meaningful time through video, it was converted to an online event and held for the first time this year.

The North Seoul Dream Forest music excursion ‘Music Therapy’, which will be held online, includes ▲ a talented singer ‘Ali’ who captivates the audience with her best singing ability, and ▲ a unique and differentiated stage through work with various genres, opening the eyes and ears. The captivating band ‘Second Moon’ will participate and provide a stage of comfort and healing to citizens and students.

In addition, a lyrical video will be released in the background of the Dream Forest in North Seoul, which has been dyed in autumn with the popera group ‘Phantom’, which consists of ▲ Korean traditional musician Hae-in Lee, soprano Song-i Han, tenor Lee Heon, and bassist Jun-sang Yoo.

In addition, an offline exhibition is being held under the theme of ‘Seoul’s Mountain Park, an Invitation to its Daily Life’ in the area around Iris Garden in Buk Seoul Dream Forest Park. This exhibition will be prepared with photos recording the daily life of the park filled by the citizens and the scenery of the park, which a park photographer working at the Jungbu Park and Greenery Office could not enjoy properly due to Corona 19.

This exhibition consists of photos of daily life and seasonal scenery of Seoul parks taken from 2016 to the present by a park photographer working at the Jungbu Park and Greenery Office. A total of 125 pieces of ‘Parks in Seoul, Invitation to Their Daily Life’ are on display until August 6, and can be viewed online through Daum Kakao Gallery.

Han Jeong-hoon, head of Seoul’s Jungbu Parks and Greenery Business Center, said, “In a situation where it is not easy to enjoy a cultural life like these days, we are preparing an online performance to comfort the daily life we ​​are tired of from Corona 19.” I hope that the tired and hard hearts of the students will be healed at least a little while watching the stage filled with music.”